I'm going to start off by saying that sixth form started out pretty fun. I'd happily do first year again. I made some great friends and enjoyed my classes pretty well. I don't have much to complain about the first year other than I did amazingly terrible on my AS exams. Three Us. Yay.
If you read my other blog on why I hated my primary school, you'll know I put up with a lot of things a child younger than 10 shouldn't put up with because it was either dumb, irrational, or just pointless. Secondary School was another hell hole entirely. It wasn't as deep as a hole but there were twice as many demons, pitch forks, and fire. That much stress shouldn't be put on a year 7 to begin with.
I went to two different primary schools, neither of which were perfect. The second one was, however, significantly better. But I even hated nursery. The time where you're supposed to have the most fun during school. It's basically a daycare with learning colours and shapes.
It's not as good as Secret Service, but it's far from the stereotypical bad sequel. It picks up not long after where Secret Service ends. If you read the comics, you would know that this story is about the villain named Poppy who wants to rid the world of illegal drugs by infusing her drugs in her own production company with a virus that kills the taker quickly and very painfully with a complimentary cameo of Elton John. Poppy, while a convincing villain, couldn't hold a candle to Valentine, however.
The newly added movie to the Disney collection was 2017's Coco (2018 if you live in the UK).
First things first, I enjoyed the movie. I'm not saying it's worth an Oscar but it's not a terrible movie despite it being a remake. Compared to The Jungle Book and Cinderella Disney Remakes, I'd say it's worth an Oscar, hands down.